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Chart KdwarJ Wiley,
Notii-e t'i the IHf.MUlui.t, L'liailts IM
You will take notice tlu.t on the. ".Ota
day of April, A. 1 .. li:i. William L.
Nickels, plaintiff herein, filed his peti
tion and affidavit in the District Court
of Cass County, Nebraska, aiiainst you,
t he object and prayei of which in to
revive a certain judgment obtained
aiiictist you by (lertrudo M. Wiley and
Wi.liam llainey on November 16, A. 1).
lilOl, tor the sum of IBS.OO with In
terest at the rate of seven per cent
per annum from date and costs of suit
taxed in the sum of $J4.60, which said
judgment on November 14, 1911, be
came dormant. That no part of said
judgment has ever been paid, and al
leKiritf that during all of said period
of time you have been insolvent, and
praying that an order be entered re
viving said Judgment, and awarding
plaintiff execution thereon in the sum
of $08.00 with interest at seven per
cent per annum from November 16,
1901, and all accrued costs.
You are required to answer said peti
tion and affidavit and show cause, if
any. on or before the 16th dav of June,
A. D., 1913, why an order of the Dis
trict Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
should not be entered reviving said
judgment In said sum, and awarding
plaintiff execution thereon.
If you fail to answer, appear or show
cause before said date, your default
will be duly entered therein, and said
order of revivor will be Issued, of all
of which you will take due notice.
Dated this 3rd dav of May, A. D. 1913.
WILLIAM L. NICKLES,
Assignee of Gertrude M. Wiley,
and William Ralney, Plaintiff.
HAWLS & ROBERTSON,
NOTICE OK REFEREE'S SALE.
In the DlHtrlet Court In and for Cau
John W. Barr, Roy A. Barr, et al
Josie C. Barr, et al.,
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a decree of the Dis
trict Court in and for Cass County, Ne
braska, entered in the above entitled
cause on the 3rd day of May, A. D.
1913, the undersigned sole referee will
on the 10th day of June at 11 o'clock
a. m. at the south front door of the
Court House In the City of Plattsmouth,
Cass County, Nebraska, sell at public
auction to the highest responsible bid
der for cash the following described
real estate, to-wlt:
The West half (W) of the South
east quarter (SE',4) of Section three
(3; the Northeast quarter (NE) of
Section ten (10); the South half (S)
of the Northwest quarter (NWy() of
Section ten (10), all in Township eleven
(Hi, Range nine (9) Enst of the 6th
P. M., in Cass County, Nebraska, and
Lot four (4), in Block twenty (20),
Peck's Grove Addition to the City of
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska,
and Lots five hundred forty-seven (547)
and five hundred forty-eight (548), in
the Village of Greenwood, Cass County,
Nebraska, which said last described
lots In the Village of Greenwood will
be sold subject to the life estate there
in of Josle C. Barr.
Said sale will be held open for one
Dated at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this
5th day of May, A. D. 1913.
C. A. RAWLS, Referee.
C. S. POLK, Attorney.
EXEC I TOR'S S A I.E.
In County Court.
in the Matter of the Estate of William
.1. Laugh 1 In, Deceased.
STATE OK NEBRASKA,
County of Cass, ss.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of the County Court of
said County, the undersigned Executor
of said estate on the 14th day of June,
1913, at one o'clock p. m at the south
door of the Court House, In said
County, will sell to the highest bid
der at public sale for cash the follow
ing described personal property, to
One promissory note for $7,000.00,
dated November 3rd, 1910, due March
1st. 1916, signed by E. G. Laughlin.
nayahle to above estate, secured by a
mortgage on EV4 of E'4 of NW',i, and
W'J of NEVi. all In Sec. 22. Twp. 12,
liange 9, situated In Cass County, Ne
braska and bearing 4 per cent Interest.
Terms of sale will be cash and sale
will be kept open for one hour.
WILLIAM V. GILLISl'IK,
Executor of the Estate of William
J. Laughlin, Deceased.
NOTICE TO (11 EDITORS.
In County Court.
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
Cass County, ss.
In the Matter of the Estate of Rachel
Notice Is hereby given to the credit
ors of said deceased that hearings will
be had upon claims tiled against said
estate, before me, County Judge of
Cass County, Nebraska, at the County
Court room In Plattsmouth, In said
County, on the 30th day of June, 1913,
avid on the 31st day of December, 1913,
hi 9 o'clock u m. each day for exam
ination, adjustment and allowance.
Ml claims must be tiled in said
court on or before said last hour of
Witness my hand nnd sea! of ald
County Court, at Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, this 3rd day of June, 1913.
(Seal) ALLEN .1. BEESON.
To All Whom It May Concern:
The Commissioner appoint
ed to examine and report a road
commencing al the Northeast
corner of Lot 2, Section 20, Town-
ship 12, Range 11, running; thence
South along the West hank of the
Missouri river, as near as prac
ticable, through Sections 20-21)
and 33, Township 12, Range l i, to
the head of Gochenour's Maud,
hence crossing the slough, thence
South along. the East bank of the
slough through Section 33, Town
ship 12, Range 14, and through
Section 4, Township 11, Range 14,
and terminating on the South lino
of Lot 15, in said Section, has re
ported in favor of the establish
ment thereof; and all objections
hereto, or claims for damages,
must be filed in the County Clerk's
Olllce on or before noon on the
251 h day of July,, A. D. 1913, or
such road will be established
without reference thereto.
(Seal) D. C. MORGAN,
Plattsmouth, Neb., May 20th,
To All Whom It May Concern:
The Board of County Commis
sioners of Cass County have found
that the public good reipiires that
a road be opened on the Section
line, roniineiiciujr at a point
where Road No. 30;?, Cass County,
Nebraska, crosses the Sect inn
line between Sections X ami 17,
Township K) North. Range 13,
Cass county, Nebraska, running
lli'nce F,al on sa:.i Section hue
lo Road No. 155 between Soriions
V and Id. Township 10 Noilh.
Rau'-'e 13. Cass Co, inly, Nebraska,
aiul ail object inn? tn-rt-t , or
chums for damages, must 1h f i U-i 1
in liif "i u 1 1 1 Clerk's nlliri' tu of
1m !'mv in urn eh (lie 15tli day of
July, A. 1). l'.U.'i, oi- urh road will
In' nic'iu'ii without reference
(Sea! I). C. MOllGAN,
IMallsniohtl), N.b., May )th,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
liids will be received up to noon
on Friday, June 27lh, 1913, for
grading roads, out of the Inherit
ance tax fund, as follows:
Beginning at the S. E. corner of
Section 15, T. 11, R. 13, thence
west 11 miles, there are 22 tills to
make, each Jill to be 2 feet, bid
on fills also; also on same road
there are 11 cuts, each cut to be
2 feet, bid on cuts and fills com
bined; stump east of bridge No.
41 to be grubbed.
Beginning at north line of Sec
tion 30, T. 11, R. 13, at one-half
Section line, thence south 4 miles,
there are 11 fills and 1 cut, each
fill to be 2 feet and the cut to be
2 feet, at 9th fill to be made so as
to get 28 feet wide at culvert, at
10th fill to be made so as to get
28 feet wide, steel culvert to be
Beginning on north side Sec
tion line between Sections No. 1
and 2, T. 11, R. 11, thence south
5 miles, there are 13 fills to be
made, each fill to be 2 feet, at 4th
fill washout to be filled on east
Beginning at S. E. corner of
Section 25, T. 12, R. 13, thence
west one mile, thence south two
miles, there are 5 fills to be
made, first fill west of U. B.
church to be 2 feet, second fill in
same valley to be 4 feet, third fill
at Cole valley, south of bridge, to
be 4 feet, fourth fill near Cole
house lo .be 2 feet, fifth fill at
concrete culvert to be 2 feet.
The entire distance of all the
roads to be graded.
Road-bed to be 28 feet wide, a
full and rounding slope from the
line of stakes in the center to the
ditches on either side and not
less than 18 inches at the center,
grade from the high side of the
road. Certified check for $100.00
to accompany each bid.
Blue prints of all cuts, fills and
distances to be seen at the office
of County Clerk, Plattsmouth,
ALLEN J. BEESON,
Plattsmouth, Neb., Mav 28th,
NOTICE OF BOARD OF
The County Board of Equaliza
tion will set for the purpose of
('finalizing the assessment of Cass
County for the year 1913 in the
Commissioners' Chamber at the
Court House in Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, beginning Tuesday, June
101 h, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
and continue from day to day up
to noon on Saturday, Juno 14th,
All claims for equalization
must be filed on or before Friday,
June 13th, A. I)., 1913.
I). C. MORGAN,
Capt. Morrison Unable to Go.
Capt. S. II. Morrison of Platts
mouth. formerly a resident of
Nebraska City, was unable to be
here on Friday lo lake part in the
smnual Decoration day parade.
Mr. Morrison will not be able to
allend the Gettysburg semi-centennial,
either, according lo his
letter lo a friend. His health is
quite bad and be does not care to
gel far from home. Nebraska
Some Fine Berries.
J. C. Peterson made I his office a
present of three boxes of his fine
strawberries today, and when we
say that they were fine, we are
placing it very mild, indeed, for
we believe they are the finest we
have eer seen. Mr. Peterson
says that this season's crop will
make the best showing that he
has had in all his Lorry experi
ence. They are now ready for the
The nbsnrd man is ths one
nerer changes. Tske oar advice when you
Iiats cough or a cold sad try Allen's Conga
Bslsia. There is nothing more soothing,
nothing that will bring greater relief. Con
'ftloa no harmful ingredients. Used for
many years with Mtisfitction and success.
2.ro., 60e. and Jtl.OO bottles.
Relieves External and
Heals Bruises, draws
the Ache from Still or
Taken in Hot Water
Stops Cramps, Colic,
Diarrhoea, and similar ?j
Thcro'a only onn Prtlnkiilcr
i'crrv Hnvi'. 'jt
25. 35 ii.-id OOo. Botilc rl
j-iom Monday's I'ailv.
Mr. (i. Y. Osiioiu oi' Omaha
i- spending a few days in this
city, being a guest of Miss Olive
Attorney C. S. Aldrich of l'.lin-
wond came in this morning to at
tend to Mime matters in the dis
P. 11. Meisinger was here Sat
urday afternoon for a few hours
looking after some trading with
C. K. To in, the Weeping Water
attorney, was in the city today
for a few hours looking after
matters in district court.
P. II. Meisinger was in the city
yesterday for a few hours, driving
in from his home near this city
to look after sonic trading.
Frank Johnson and w ife motor
ed over from their home near
Weeping Water Friday and spent
the day here with relatives.
Charles Engelkemeier of the
vocinity of Weeping Water was
a visitor in this city Saturday and
a pleasant caller at this office.
John Busche and son, Clarence,
of near Cedar Creek, were in the
city Saturday looking after some
trading and visiting with their
Hon. C. E. Metzer was in the
city Saturday afternoon for a few
hours visiting with his many
friends here, driving up from his
home near Mynard.
Mrs. Ida Moekenhaupl of Sterl
ing, Neb., arrived Saturday after
noon on No. 2 and will make a
visit here with her brother, Simon
Clark and wife, for a few days.
Fred Ebinger of Plainview
came down lasl evening on the
late train and visited hen at the
Weidman home, departing for
Omaha this morning on No. 15.
Mrs. F. J. Mlhredge of Green
wood, who lias been here visiting
her sister, Mrs. S. F. MeF.lwain,
departed this morning for Pleas
anlville, Iowa, to visit, her son in
C. E. Wilheorw of Thurnian,
lowi. was in the city for a few
hours today en route home from
Union, where he spent Sunday
with bis family on the farm near
Hugh Norton departed this aft
ernoon on No. 23 for Kearney,
Neb., being called there by a tele
gram announcing the serious
condition of his wife tin the hos
pital in thai, city.
Mrs. J. P. Falter and sister,
Mrs. Philip Schafer, of Exeter,
Neb., departed this morning on
No. (5 for their old home at Pekin,
Illinois, where they will visit rela
I ives for a short t ime.
Mr. II. Heck and Cameron Calhy
of the vicinity of Murray were
isiiors in this cily Saturday, Mr.
Heck called al Ibis olllce and re
newed his subscription and the
subscription of the paper going
lo C. H. Corbel I.
I.-aac King and little daughter
arrived Saturday from their home
al Superior. Neb., and joined Mrs.
King here, who lias been visiting
her relatives in this cily for a
John Vallery, passenger agent
of I he Burlinglon at Denver, and
w ife were in I he cily yeslerday
spending a few hours with their
relatives here, en roule home
from a trip to the east.
Mis Heila Eigenbroadt of Lin
coln, who has been spending a
few days here, the guest of Miss
Ada Mann, returned home yester
day afternoon. Miss Mann ac
companied her guest as far as
Miss Marie Bookmeyer was a
passenger this morning for Lin
coln lo lake part in the final ex
aminations of the university.
Miss Bookmeyer is a member of
the graduating class of the uni
versity, being the only represent
ative of this city in the class.
Mrs. C. S. Stone and Miss
Dorothy Stone arrived from Del
Norte, Colorado, yesterday for an
extended visit with the former's
mother, Mrs. Mary Allison, in this
city. They were passengers to
Nehawka this morning, where
they will spend the day with rela
tives and friends.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Fred Gorder was here yester
day from Weeping Water visit
ing with his brother, August, who
is in very poor health.
Henry Horn of Cedar Creek
came in this morning lo look af
ter some business matters for a
few hours with the merchants.
Adam Kallenbergcr of Cedar
Creek came in Ibis morning on
No. S to spend a few hours here
looking after mailers of business.
Haywood Eledge came down
last evening from Council Bluffs
lo visit for a few days with his
mother, Mrs, James Higley and
George Heil, wife and daugh
ter, Miss Louise, drove in Ibis
afleijioon from their home near
I iv. i ( 1'ili-n bauseii, jr.. came in
la-l vvxeiiiug from Ma'ii City,
Neb., ii attend t lie funeral of his
mother, Mt. Fred Ohlen
hauseu. Mrs. Hubert Troop and Mrs. P.
E. KufViier were passengers this
morning for Louisville, where
they will attend a meeting of the
W. C. T. I", .society.
Mis-. Florence Kite of Peru
came in last evening on No. 2 to
be present at the wedding this
evening of Mr. Oscar Larson and
Miss Bessie Edwards.
Miss Margaret and John War
ren McBride of South Omaha ar
rived last evening on No. to at
tend the Larson-Edwards wed
ding this evening.
August Pauska, from near
Louisville, came down this morn
ing and spent the day here look
ing after some business matters
at I he court house.
Stephen Jochiiu of Louisville
was attending to business mut
ters in this city Monday and call
ed at this olllce for the purpose
of renewing his subscrlntlon.
II. E. Heil of the vicinity of
Weeping Water was attending to
business matters in this city
Monday, and called at this office
and renewed his allegiance to the
H. E. Sheehan, wife and two
children arrived this morning
from Galesbiirg, Illinois, to make
a short, visit here with Mrs.
Sheehan's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. II. Smith.
P. II. Meisinger was a passeng
er on the early Burlington train
I his morning for the metropolis,
where he was called on some
business mailers of importance
for the day.
Mi.s Zora Tennant arrived last
evening on No. 2 from her home
al Pawnee Cily to visit with
friends here, as well as attend
the Larson-Edwards wedding this
evening al the Methodist church.
Martin Peterson was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha,
lo be present al the operation to
be performed upon his wife for
cancer at one of the hospitals
W. M. Troop of the vicinity of
Nehawka was a visitor in this
cit y Monday, al lending to busi
ness mailers. He was a pleasant
caller al this olllce and had his
subscription extended for another
Mrs.' W. A. Taylor came in this
morning from her home, south of
this cily, and was a passenger on
No. 15 for Omaha to consult an
eye specialist, as she has been
greatly troubled with (his com
plaint for some time.
Mrs. F.. S. Bogai t of San Diego,
California, visited a few days last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
L. W. Nelson, south of town. Mrs,
Bogarl formerly resided in Glen
wood, and her son married a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Mrs. S. Priesman of Omaha,
who has been here visiting her
daughter. Mrs. 11. M. Shlaes for
a few weeks, returned home this
afternoon. Mrs. Shlaes and little
daughter accompanied her home
for a Visit of several weeks.
From Wednesday's Dally.
A. F. Seyberl of Culloni came
down Ibis morning on No. 5 to
look after some business mailers
for a few hours.
County Commissioner Jordan
came in last evening from Alvo to
allend the meeting of the county
Carter Albin of near Union was
in the city today for a few hours,
being called here to look after
some mailers of business.
August Krecklow of Mauley
came in this morning on No. 4 to
look after some matters of busi
ness and visit with friends.
Mrs. J. M. Palmer and two
children of Nehawka came in last
evening for a visit here with
Sheriff Quinton and family.
E. J. Hennings was in today
from his farm near Cedar Creek
lo look after some matters of
business with the merchants.
County Commission C. E.
Ileebner of Nehawka came up last
evening from his home to look
after business with the commis
sioner. Kditor C. L. Graves of the
Union Ledger was a visitor in the
city over night and this morning
attending to business matters at
the court house.
George Kunz and John William
Knnz of Near Elmwood were in
I be cily today for a short time
looking afler some business mat
ters al. I he court house.
Mrs. L. L. Younginan and J. G.
Failing arrived from Kansas Cily,
Missouri, last evening for a visit,
with relatives find to allend the
John Crozicr of Weeping Wa
ter. Hie assessor for that, pre
cinct, was in the city this morn
ing allending lo business mailer
Cedar Creek t,, attend l
TPVEN if you
J-J nis, go fishing,
indulge in any kind of sport, you like a
change from your ordinary, every-day clothes. Every man
does. Every man likes to look different sometimes.
We have every good style here, plain
sacks and norfolks, in all the
at $15, $18, $20, $22.50, and
be glad to show you.
with I he assessor and making his
Mrs. James Hatchet I and Mrs.
George'S. Hay of Murray came up
from their homes this morning
and were passengers on the early
Burlington train for Omaha to
spend the day.
Mrs. Charles S. Stone of Yninpa,
Colorado, who has been visiting:
al Nehawka wilh relatives, came
in lasl evening lo visit her
mother, Mrs. Mary Allison, for a
GlIIZtNS DOING WELL
JIT LONG BAECH
A letter lias just been received
by the Journal from our old
friend, Walter L. Thomas, who is
now located at Long Beach, Cali
fornia, where he is engaged in the
automobile business with our
former townsman, Jt. J. Helps.
The firm is known as the Long
Beach Auto Co., and are agents in
that city for I he Sludebaker, "E.
M. F." and Flanders cars and are
having immense success al the
business. Mr. Thomas reports
having sold five' carloads of
Sludebakers in two weeks and
have been delayed on their other
shipments by I he demand in the
east. Mr. Thomas also decided
to be sure and keep informed on
I he old town and renewed his sub
scription o (he Plallsmoulh
Journal for another year.
FOH EXCHANGE, Improved
Plallsmoulh properly for west
ern or grazing land.
Windham Investment. & Loan Co.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of return
ing our heartfelt, .thanks to the
many kind friends and neighbors
who assisted us in the terrible ac
cidenl that resulted in the death
of our beloved son and brother,
and for the sympathy expressed
by them at the last sad rites.
Words cannot express how deep
ly we feel the tender action of our
friends, but we trust they may
receive the same kindly treatment
in their hour of trouble and
Mrs. Amelia Beins and
New Son Arrives.
From Tuesday's Dany.
Last, evening n tine new son and
heir arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Porter, jr., at My
nard and I tie joy of t he parents
is unbounded, as the young man
is of a good sturdy weight, nnd
the many friends of the parents
in this cily will be much pleased
to learn of their good fortune and
trust the little man will live lo be
a joy lo them in their declining
years. Mrs. Purler was formerly
Miss Mable Leesley of this cily.
Sweot Potatoe Plants.
I have excellent sweet, potatoe
plans for sale at, L'.re per 100.
Phone ;!i0-W, or call o;i Fred
Alfred Deckv k Coha
don't play ten-
or play baseball, or
best patterns, especially good
$25. Call in any day, we'll
VERY QUIET AND SIMPLE
WEDDING AT COURT HOUSE
This morning at 10 o'clock.
Judge Allen J. Beeson was called
upon lo unite in the holy bonds
of wedlock Miss Pearl Schwen
inger and Mr. William livers,
both of this city. The wedding
was as simple as possible owing'
lo the death of the groom's
grandmother a few days ago, and
the young people abandoned their
plans of a large wedding and
merely called on the judge to
have the ceremony performed.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. O. Schweninger, and
for the past year lias acted as a
nurse at the Masonic home in
this cily, and her departure, from
that institution was very much
regrelted. Her friends at the
Home presented her with a line
set of dishes, as well as numer
ous oilier gifts, on her departure.
The groom is a worthy young
man employed in the Burlington
shops as a carpenter, and is a
man well liked by all who know
him and of a fine character in
The young folks will go to
housekeeping in a cottage the
groom has prepared on Wash
ington avenue, and will be at
home lo I heir friends afler the
1 H h of June.
Mrs. Nix Passes Away.
This morning Mrs. Oussie Nix,
sister of Lig Brown, residing
near Kenosha, passed away at
the home of her brother afler an
illness of some time. Mrs. Nix
was 75 years of age and leaves
besides her brother two daugh
ters, one of whom, Mrs. Kiltie
Tucker, of Fort Morgan, Colo
rado, was present al her mother's
bedside. Mrs. Nix was also an
aunt of Mrs. John Cory of I hi
city. A more lengthy obiliaury
will appear later.
The funeral will he held Sat
urday morning al. 10 o'clock.
Bilious? Feel heavy after din
ner? 'Bitter taste Complexion
sallow? Liver perhaps needs
waking up. Doari's Ilegulels for
bilious attacks. 25c at all stores.
Wilkinson & Hall
The holding of successful sales
is our line. Our interests are with
(he seller when it comes to getting
every dollar your property is
worth. For open dales address or
call either of us at our expenses
by 'phone. Dales can be made at
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